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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-23-2008, 12:38 PM Thread Starter
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I found one of my problems

Well the tear-down and rebuild are officially under way and I took a good look into the charging problem. The stator checked out fine but the R/R was absolutly dead. Explains why she shut down on me. Just wondering if I should start looking for a used one or just order the new one?
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Well in my opion i would go with new unless the used one had some type of warranty but that would be your call i would ask Cindy r_____ if she has one .I have bought many good useable parts from her she is a honest person to deal with good luck on the rebuild
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Just replace it with a new one...RR26 is a good replacement, as it begins to charge beetween 1500 and 2000, so it will charge also in traffic jams...
And it's cheaper than stock...

93 VN / marbled / degoated /Cobra mufflers / MF battery / Iridium plugs
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(right cover) / Daelim top case with home made supports.
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Defiantly a new one,,,,would you put a used altenator in your car??? I think not...so why any different for your bike???
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would you put a used altenator in your car???
The problem is .... I have lol
But at this time I will be going new, added to the list of parts to pick up. Slow day at work so I'm rebuilding the carbs and setting up for the ear shave. Did I mention I love this new job?
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whats your new job???
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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-24-2008, 11:11 AM Thread Starter
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Working on used oil collectoin trucks. Smaller fleet than the garbage truck fleet that I left, working days instead of nights, and 10x less stress and crap to put up with.
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